Happy new year!
Personally, I'm probably taking the opposite approach of Solo Wing, in the sense that I'm more goal focused than before. For various reason, I've spent too much time not doing things I wanted to. A lot of that has to do with me being an introvert. I was glad just to able to function in society, so to speak. I felt bad not being able to socialize with people, and felt even more bad because I couldn't act on the "advice" people (extroverts) gave me. In retrospect, that was so stupid. But I've changed a lot since then, and I've learned a lot more about myself. What I thought were bad points weren't actually bad at all. Not that I'm where I'd want to be, far from it, but I'm growing more confident and ambitious now. I've also come to realize that time passes by quickly, and I need to figure out what I really want to do.
One of my goals is learning Japanese (again), and I have no intention to quit this time. Simply put, I need to spend time on it every day of the year. If I do that, I should be able to get reasonably far by the end of the year. Not that I'd move to Japan or anything like that, but it's just something that would be immensely valuable for my work on Segalization. It's still surprising how much of a language barrier there is between the West and Japan.
Aside from that, I'm spending more and more time with Wordpress. While it uses PHP, it's just getting more and more popular and that's difficult to ignore. And learning Linux is also a plus.
So yeah, learning is basically what I'll be doing. Learning, and hopefully finding some answers along the way. The challenge will be finding time between my job as a developer, household chores and all of the stuff I'd like to learn/do. I'll be busy.